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Princeton, New Jersey is located in Mercer County. Zip codes in Princeton, NJ include 08540, 08543, and 08542. The median home price in Princeton is $950,000 which is roughly $399/per square foot. More Princeton information.

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16 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal

Princeton University Art Museum official explains how arts rake in big bucks

PRINCETON - If you think the average American is more likely to be chewing a hot dog at a sporting event than gazing at a Rembrandt in a museum, think again.

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18 hrs ago | The Times of Trenton

Princeton Police arrest man twice about an hour apart in incidents at nearby businesses

PRINCETON - Little more than an hour after a Princeton man was arrested and charged with defiant trespassing at Hoagie Haven overnight, the man returned to Nassau Street and attempted to break into a nearby business, police said.

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20 hrs ago | TheAlternativePress.com

Christopher L. Fittin Joins Peapack-Gladstone Bank

Peapack-Gladstone Financial Corporation and Peapack-Gladstone Bank announce the appointment of Christopher L. Fittin as Senior Managing Director and Portfolio Manager at the Bank's Princeton, NJ Private Banking office located at 300 Carnegie Center.

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Yesterday | NJ.com

Festival of Lights and 6 more best things to do in N.J. this weekend

Peach Festival in Princeton - Do you like peach ice cream? How about peach salsa, or peach sangria? It seems that nearly anything made of the summer fruit will be available at Terhune Orchards' Just Peachy Festival this weekend.

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Yesterday | NJ.com

Princeton hosts a battle of the salsas for 10 local restaurants

PRINCETON - A feeling of friendly competition buzzed around the Princeton Public Library last night alongside the savory smell of fresh salsa at the third annual Salsa Slam.

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Wed Jul 30, 2014

Criminal Report Daily

2014 Art of Science Competition Winners: Photos

The Princeton University's "Art of Science" exhibition displays the work of Princetonians past and present that highlights the interplay between art and science.

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Town Topics

Council Tackles Crowded Agenda

A packed agenda of controversial issues drew a large crowd to Princeton Council's meeting on Monday night.

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Business Wire

SES Unveils New Satellite Operations Center

A team of highly-skilled satellite controllers provides 24/7 monitoring and management of 23 SES satellites, as they deliver services ranging from high quality broadcast television channels to high-speed broadband to millions of people on land, in the air, and at sea throughout North America and around the world.

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Town Topics

Princeton is First To Push Legislation On Political Corruption

When Princeton Council approved a resolution July 14 in support of tough, new anti-corruption laws transforming how elections in this country are financed and how lobbyists influence the political process, the municipality became the first in the nation to sanction the pending legislation.

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Town Topics

From Ghana to Griggs Farm: Immigrant Family Finds Dream of Affordable Housing in Princeton

PRINCETON PERSPECTIVES: Elizabeth Bonnah and her children Aba, 12, and Koby, 5, are all smiles as they pose for this photograph outside the condominium they rent at Griggs Farm.

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Town Topics

Princeton History in Black and White in Historical Society's New Exhibit

BYGONE BARBERS: This shot of the interior of Jack Honore's Barbershop, which opened on Nassau Street around 1913, is among the 90 bringing the town's past to life in the show currently on view at the Historical Society of Princeton's two locations.

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Town Topics

Buffalo Philharmonic Makes Debut Visit to Princeton

Princeton does not get to hear visiting orchestras very often, but thanks to William and Judith Scheide, there have been more recently.

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The Newark Star-Ledger

Princeton antique car tour teaches history on the go

PRINCETON - With no roof or windows and barely a windshield, driving at 30 mph in a 1913 Model T Ford actually feels like it's moving much faster.

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Tue Jul 29, 2014

Bloomberg

Stolen India Coal Sold at Black Market in Modi's Backyard

Every night, about 30 tractors loaded with coal arrive at the edge of a forest in eastern India .

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The Times of Trenton

Residents, business owners voice mixed concerns about Princeton ordinance to regulate store hours

Hoagie Haven, the sandwich shop on Nassau Street, is open until 2 a.m. PRINCETON - Residents want less noise and fewer rowdy patrons trampling across their properties.

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The Times of Trenton

Camp Fund donations top $16,000

New donations from Times readers, including a gift of $350 from Hamilton Jewelers of Princeton, have helped bring the total raised for the 2014 Times-Kiwanis Camp Fund to $16,084 to date.

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Business Journal

Penn betting big on cancer therapy, restructures licensing deal

The University of Pennsylvania has restructured an exclusive license agreement with a publicly traded Princeton, N.J. biotech firm attempting to commercialize an experimental cancer treatment technology discovered and developed by Penn researchers.

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Illinoisreview

Religion Remains a Strong Marker of Political Identity in U.S.

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Mon Jul 28, 2014

The Jersey Journal

Survey: Mercer County among areas most affected by Gypsy Moths

Gypsy Moth caterpillars are eating up this Lawrence neighborhood on Thursday June 14, 2007.

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The Jersey Journal

Princeton Police awarded accreditation certificate, 'among...

The Princeton Police Department is honored with accreditation by the New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police.

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